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Jonathan Ross’ daughter Honey, 23, strips to lingerie as she protests ‘fatphobic’ Instagram

Honey Ross took another swipe at Instagram on Monday as she bet they’d remove pictures of her ‘fat a**’.

Sharing a slew of sexy snaps on the photosharing site, the body image activist – who is the youngest daughter of TV presenter Jonathan Ross – made a bold statement.

She penned: ‘If insta deletes my fat a**, let it be known, it was thick and juicy’. 

Wow: Honey Ross took another swipe at Instagram on Monday as she bet they’d remove pictures of her ‘fat a**’ in sexy red lingerie

The sassy caption accompanied a sizzling shot of Honey’s derriere clad in a sheer Fenty skirt with cheeky lace up detailing. 

Another full length shot saw Honey showcase her incredible curves in a matching bra and long gloves as she pulled a sultry pose against a mirror. 

Honey’s post appeared to be a show of solidarity to fashion designer and artist Disssgrace, who revealed that she had a video removed from TikTok for ‘nudity’ despite the fact she was wearing lingerie. 

Bold: Sharing a slew of sexy snaps on the photosharing site, the body image activist - who is the youngest daughter of TV presenter Jonathan Ross - made a bold statement

Bold: Sharing a slew of sexy snaps on the photosharing site, the body image activist – who is the youngest daughter of TV presenter Jonathan Ross – made a bold statement

She attributed the issue to ‘fatphobia’ stating, ‘this app hates fat bodies’. 

Honey shared the post on her Stories as she continued in her crusade to make social media more body positive, having previously calling out Instagram for being ‘fatphobic’. 

Although Honey received an outpouring of love and support on her lingerie post, she later took to Stories to reveal she had been targeted by ‘creeps’. 

Fatphobia: Honey's post appeared to be a show of solidarity to fashion designer and artist Disssgrace, who revealed that she had a video removed from TikTok for 'nudity'

Fatphobia: Honey’s post appeared to be a show of solidarity to fashion designer and artist Disssgrace, who revealed that she had a video removed from TikTok for ‘nudity’

Alongside a selfie she wrote: ‘This is a reminder that just because I post a sexci pic does not mean it’s an invitation to be a creep [sic]’.

She went on to share one of the creepy DMs that read ‘I wanna put my face there’, as she remarked ‘I bet you do! But you can’t!’ 

Honey concluded: ‘So don’t waste your time in my DMs big boy. I do it for my girls, gays and theys and the select handful of straight men who don’t trigger my fight or flight’. 

Creeps: Although Honey received an outpouring of love and support on her lingerie post, she later took to Stories to reveal she had been targeted by 'creeps'

Creeps: Although Honey received an outpouring of love and support on her lingerie post, she later took to Stories to reveal she had been targeted by ‘creeps’

Creep: She went on to share one of the creepy DMs that read 'I wanna put my face there', as she remarked 'I bet you do! But you can't!'

Not for you! Honey penned, 'So don't waste your time in my DMs big boy. I do it for my girls, gays and theys and the select handful of straight men who don't trigger my fight or flight'

Not for you! Honey penned, ‘So don’t waste your time in my DMs big boy. I do it for my girls, gays and theys and the select handful of straight men who don’t trigger my fight or flight’

Honey is known for sharing her scantily-clad snaps as a body confidence advocate. 

Appearing on ITV’s Lorraine last year, she said that since embracing her body shape, she’s gained more confidence than her slimmer friends.

‘I’m a size 18 and I’m more confident than all of my thin friends and they always say, “I wish I was more confident”, And I’m like, “You have the body society likes”.’

Honey’s Instagram page boasts 44,000 followers and she insisted that she continues to post as just one message from someone she has inspired means it’s ‘absolutely all worth it’ .

She said: ‘The reason I continue to post like this, is because I receive messages that say “Just so you know, I brought the first bikini in ten years or threw away my scales because of you”. 

Or teens saying “You’ve inspired me to go out in shorts” and that makes it absolutely all worth it.’

Hitting out: Back in August, Honey accused Instagram of being 'fatphobic' after it removed an image of her in a bikini (see thumbnail)

Stepping in: The hugely popular social media platform took action after deeming the inoffensive snap to be in breach of its community guidelines

Hitting out: Back in August, Honey accused Instagram of being ‘fatphobic’ after it removed an image of her in a bikini (see thumbnail)

Back in August, Honey accused Instagram of being ‘fatphobic’ after it removed an image of her in a bikini.

The social media platform took action after deeming the seemingly inoffensive snap to be in breach of its community guidelines.

Instagram are obliged to remove images from the site if they promote nudity or sexual activity, hate speeches, racism, harassment, bullying or graphic violence.

Captioning the site’s clarification regarding community guidelines, she wrote: @instagram why don’t you just say you hate fat bodies?’

A removal date shared by the site revealed the image had been deleted on August 15th 2019, more than a year before Honey’s response. The image is no longer available to view. 

Wow: Honey's Instagram page boasts 44,000 followers and she insisted that she continues to post as just one message from someone she has inspired means it's 'absolutely all worth it'

Wow: Honey’s Instagram page boasts 44,000 followers and she insisted that she continues to post as just one message from someone she has inspired means it’s ‘absolutely all worth it’ 


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